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Musical Theater

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  • Theater review: 'The Rat Pack Lounge' from Winter Park Playhouse

    Theater review: 'The Rat Pack Lounge' from Winter Park Playhouse
    If you want tickets to Winter Park Playhouse's "The Rat Pack Lounge," go buy them right now. No, really, put down the newspaper and head for the phone or computer. Of course, it might already be too late. I say this because as of opening night on...
  • E.O. Smith Drama Club presents 'Cinderella'

    E.O. Smith Drama Club presents 'Cinderella'
    Director Lenore Grunko says that E.O. Smith's upcoming production of "Cinderella" is lighthearted and suitable for all ages, in contrast to the school's recent production of "Dracula," which was very dark and probably not appropriate for young children....
  • Guide: West Suburban 2015 major venue preview

    The weather outside is frightful, but local stages are heating up for the second halves of their season. Everyone from legendary acts like Natalie Cole to up-and-comers like comedian Mike Birbiglia will be in the area this winter and spring, and you&...
  • Music stores likely to take a hit due to Fender's move to direct customer sales

    Music stores likely to take a hit due to Fender's move to direct customer sales
    Fender's curvy Stratocasters, Telecasters and Jazz Basses have been must-have features of guitar shop walls for decades. Music retailers, including mom-and-pop shops like Grayson's Tune Town in Montrose and big national chains such as Guitar Center,...
  • Siblings go 'Into the Woods' at the Arsht Center

    Siblings go 'Into the Woods' at the Arsht Center
    "Into the Woods," which recently made it to the big screen as a hit holiday movie, will return to the stage Jan. 22 through Feb. 15 at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts in Miami. The Stephen Sondheim musical is the inaugural production...
  • Fender's move to sell instruments directly to musicians upsets dealers

    Fender's move to sell instruments directly to musicians upsets dealers
    Fender's curvy Stratocasters, Telecasters and Jazz Basses have been must-have features of guitar shop walls for decades. Music retailers, including mom-and-pop shops and big national chains such as Guitar Center, have been among the last bastion of...
  • See art of Highwaymen

    More than six of the primary self-taught Florida Highwaymen artists, known for their Florida landscape paintings depicting vibrant sunsets, moonlit beaches, winding rivers lined with herons to their signature bright red royal poinciana tree, will be in...
  • Norwegian Escape bringing Broadway, Latin food, Wynwood beer and John Hughes to Miami

    Norwegian Escape bringing Broadway, Latin food, Wynwood beer and John Hughes to Miami
    New shows and dining options will make their debut on the Norwegian Escape when it arrives in Miami this fall. Norwegian Cruise Line announced two Broadway shows and a slew of partnerships as more details arrived for what will be the line's largest cruise...
  • Boca theater hosts concert staging of 'Song of Solomon'

    Boca theater hosts concert staging of 'Song of Solomon'
    In a one-night-only performance, the musical "Song of Solomon" gets a concert staging at The Wick Theatre in Boca Raton on Jan. 19 starting at 7:30 p.m. The musical is about an orphan girl in ancient Israel who captures the heart of King Solomon with...
  • Review: 'The Who's Tommy' at Paramount Theatre

    Review: 'The Who's Tommy' at Paramount Theatre
    In the summer of 1968, Pete Townshend gave a lengthy interview to Jann Wenner of Rolling Stone about the future direction of The Who, Townshend's rock band. "We've been talking about doing an opera," he said. "We've been talking about doing, like, albums,...
  • Plan seeks diversity at SoCal theater companies — but some question it

     Plan seeks diversity at SoCal theater companies — but some question it
    A group of Los Angeles theater leaders will announce this week an aggressive plan to diversify Southern California theater companies, the productions they present and the audiences they draw. Tim Dang, producing artistic director of East West Players,...